The New Citroën Berlingo is as modular and functional as ever. With a full line-up of body styles, engines and equipment, it has the answer to all your business needs.
The LCV version of the New Berlingo boasts the same design features as the Multispace: new expressive grille, body lines designed to maximise space and overall harmony.
The New Berlingo is still available in two lengths: L1 (usable volume of up to 3.7 m3) and L2 (up to 4.1 m3). Wide sliding side doors and asymmetric rear doors that swing out to leave a yawning 180° opening make loading and unloading easy.
The ultra-versatile Extenso cabin is still a key feature in the New Berlingo range. Truly in the Citroën innovative tradition, this modular folding passenger bench seat can be configured in three positions, for maximum flexibility.
No need to fight for space: the Extenso cabin has room for three!
Room to carry all your equipment, no matter how bulky. The outer passenger seat folds forward to create a flat floor. This EXTENSO® feature increases the load length of the New Berlingo by 1200mm, so you can carry loads up to 3m long in L1 and 3.25 m in L2 for a total usable volume of 4.1 m3. The back of the seat has a protective metal shell which can support loads of up to 50kg.
The side passenger seat can also be folded up cinema-style, with the seat against the back rest, to carry tall loads directly in the cabin.
The folding central seat provides a desktop for an office on wheels. So you always have esomewhere to place any documents! There's also a 7.5 litre storage compartment under the middle seat cushion.
The 7 inch touch drive interface frees up space on the dashboard and brings you a range of features not usually seen on an LCV:
– extended media functions (including DAB radio, audio streaming and the connection of portable devices)
– telephone (voice recognition, hands-free function using the Bluetooth connection, directory access, double call management).
What's the best way to make your work easier from day to day? The New Citroën Berlingo answers this question with useful, intuitive technologies that make life simpler.
Active City Brake: an automatic braking system designed to prevent collisions at low speeds. At speeds of up to 30 kph, a sensor on the windscreen identifies the possible risk and communicates directly with the braking control unit to activate emergency braking if necessary. (Available from November 2015).
Grip Control: an advanced anti-skid function that improves traction on all types of terrain with a dial that lets you select one of the five modes available.
Grip Control ESC includes the standard Hill Start Assist function, as well as underbody engine protection and Michelin Agilis tyres, whose suitability for all-terrain use optimises traction on a multitude of surfaces.
Reversing camera: when you put the vehicle into reverse, the colour reversing camera sends images to your 7 inch touchscreen, complete with clear guide lines to make the trickiest manoeuvres inch-perfect. All you have to do then is to unload!
New Citroën Berlingo expands its already wide range of engines still further, in particular with the BlueHDi diesel family.
The New Berlingo is available with new BlueHDi engines featuring the most efficient diesel emission control technology on the market. They also meet the new Euro 6 standard. Combined fuel consumption and emissions are as follows:
- BlueHDi 100 S&S manual: 67.3mpg and 111g/km of CO2
- BlueHDi 100 S&S ETG6 : 68.9mpg and 109g/km of CO2
- BlueHDi 120 S&S 6-speed manual: 64.2mpg and 114g/km of CO2
These engines are more efficient, with improved internal efficiency and lower mechanical friction losses. They also set higher standards of performance for greater driveability.
The New Berlingo is available with a smooth, efficient petrol engine: the VTi 95 manual delivers combined fuel consumption of 43.5mpg and CO2 emissions of 151 g/km.